Best coffee in Tokyo and good value. Friendly service, English speaking. Would definitely recommend it if in the area.
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Located 10 minutes away from Ueno park and a dense crowd of tourists, this coffee cafe cum restaurant is in a quieter neighbourhood of Tokyo with older houses and cars setting a different ambience. The daily lunch sets are 1000-1100 Yen and include sandwiches or...More
Quiet, zen and stylish little coffee shop with sweet people working in it. Has a very nice vibe indeed and extremely delicious coffee/ tea/ cakes. I noticed it is open from 8am into the evening 10pm ish and changes the light menu throughout the day....More
Admittedly we wouldn't have gone to this place without Tripadvisor in the first place - we were looking for a breakfast place near the "SCAI The Bathhouse" art gallery. The coffees were definitely the best we've had so far in Tokyo - and the breakfast...More
One of the oldest restaurants in the area. Fresh vegetables with pickles, miso soup, Japanese pinchos, an eating experience which is worth the effort.
After a day walking around Yanaka we stopped here at night before our train home. Sat upstairs in the traditional room and there were plenty of locals chatting away. Had a great time, nice atmosphere which was helped by the sudden summer downpour outside. Didn't...More
Read about this place in Oliver Strand's Coffee column in the New York Times called "Ristretto." This place was fantastic. No English spoken, but their menus were decipherable. I had a nice breakfast and superb coffee. it was a really fascinating experience. it felt like...More